- EnGenius Trade Fair 2014 22/10/2014Come and chat with third and fourth year students from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering as they showcase their design projects.
- Exhibition: ArtXpress youth art show as part of Marvellous Hamilton 22/10/2014Fresh out of RMIT Hamilton’s art studio, the ArtXpress youth artists will exhibit their work at the HIRL Community Arts Gallery.
- Reel Australia: the dialogue between Indigenous and non Indigenous filmmakers 23/10/2014The filmmaking output of Aboriginal Australians forms a substantive and significant part of the history of Australian cinema.
- Journalism guest lecture with Adjunct Professor Morry Schwartz 23/10/2014Presented by nonfictionLab and Schwartz Media. Longform journalism is not in trouble as predicted – it is thriving.
- These Compulsive Behaviours - Part 4, RE:EVOLUTION 24/10/2014RESONANCE, an interactive audiovisual tabletop artwork developed at RMIT University, will feature at the Melbourne Festival.
- YOWL - CREATIVE WRITING ANTHOLOGY 2014 24/10/2014Celebrate the launch of this anthology containing work by students from across the University.
- Research evaluation schemes 24/10/2014Paul Gough will lead a discussion on "Research evaluation schemes elsewhere – some [possible] lessons to learn."
- Global Futures Forum 2014 27/10/2014Join ABC News Breakfast’s Michael Rowland as he hosts a panel discussion with prominent industry figures to identify the challenges and opportunities facing global business.
- Melbourne Knowledge Week: PERSONA-lise 27/10/2014Unveil your game persona in Persona-lise, a workshop designed for those interested in gamification and understanding how to personalise its approach.
- Entrepreneurs' Coffee Club 27/10/2014The RMIT Entrepreneur in Residence, Marcus Powe is pleased to invite you to the next RMIT Entrepreneur’s Coffee Club… and the coffees are on us!
- Workshop: Lifelong Education for Sustainable Development 28/10/2014Presented by the EU Centre at RMIT as part of Melbourne Knowledge Week 2014.
- HIRi Seminar Series - Professor Nigel Bunnett 28/10/2014Professor Bunnett will present new information showing that receptors can signal from the endosomal system to induce pain and inflammation.